Wednesday, 3 October 2012

Industrial Coating Can Offer More Protection, But How Can?

Commercial fitout coating is increasingly becoming more appreciated than it used to be, the money spent on broken down industrial equipment and other industrial installations can often have a tight choke on the expenses of large commercial and manufacturing organizations.

Industrial equipment is usually subjected to several harsh conditions in the environment in which it is located. Often times this equipment are subjected to caustic processes which may cause corrosion and in turn damage the structural integrity as well as the physical condition of the equipment.


Epoxy floor paint is therefore designed to provide industrial equipment the required protection from the forces of nature and mechanical wear and tear process, it gives high strength coating which will help provide longevity for equipment and the facility in which they are located.

Industrial floor coatings is often used on other components apart from industrial equipment, it is also used for corrosion controls on steel structures like bridges, offshore installations, underground pipelines among several others.


Apart from corrosion control for which epoxy coating is normally known for, it is also used for intumescing coatings for fire resistance.

Commercial coating is made of several chemical substances like Xylan dry film lubricants, Ethyl Acetate and reinforcing thermoses polyimide. Modern developments have now allowed these coatings to add aesthetic value to materials on which it is painted.


Interestingly, not only are equipment and steel materials protected from dangerous corrosion, workers in these industries or locations where corrosion may occur are also allowed the peace of mind knowing that they are safe from debris and corrosive accumulation that may endanger their lives.





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